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If your Windows are not looking so hot, it may be possible that the Aero feature was not properly enabled. in this case, it is best to utilize Windows built-in Aero Troubleshooting Wizard.
If that did not fix the issue, it may be possible that the Aero function has been disabled in your registry. Before following the below instructions to modify your registry, please refer to the warning issued above in reference to modifying the Windows registry.
By default, Windows 7 saves the last 50 minidump files. These files help technical support troubleshoot crashes. However, if you are not one to install a bunch of programs, test out the latest beta, and have proper security installed on your PC (at a minimum, the free Microsoft Security Essentials), you may not need 50. Follow these steps to reduce the number of files saved:
These files are similar to minidump files, but are intended to further help troubleshoot problems. Often, ironically, the setting to save these files is not enabled. Follow the steps here to once again, enable the feature.
First, discover if the setting has been enabled:
Now, it’s time to modify your registry…